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Cumberland County Report Card Link

CREDIT INFORMATION SHEET Parents and students need to be aware that it is very important to have as many credits as possible. Students only have to have THREE credits to reach sophomore status, but they have to have ELEVEN to reach junior status, and NINETEEN credits to be a senior. In addition, they have to have TWENTY-SEVEN credits to graduate. If a student has the minimum number of credits to be a sophomore, then he or she has to pass ALL of his or her classes in order to graduate on time.

Credit Recovery is available to assist students who have fallen behind on credits, but the student has to have a minimum average of 55 to qualify for credit recovery. As students receive their first report cards of the academic year, it is very important that they realize that the midterm grade will be on their final transcript and it will affect their overall grade in the class.

If a student is failing, please encourage them to seek assistance from their classroom teacher, counselor, and/or in the instructional lab.

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Parent Resources

TN State Curriculum Standards

English/Language Arts

The English/Language Arts Curriculum Standards include the following: Eight Content Standards at each grade level for Kindergarten through Grade 12; Grade Level Expectations (GLEs) for Kindergarten through Grade 8; Checks for Understanding for Kindergarten through Grade 12; Course Level Expectations (CLEs) for Grades 9 through 12; and State Performance Indicators (SPIs) for Grades 3 through 11. The standards were developed to ensure that K-12 Tennessee students learn the reading and language skills needed to succeed in school, in the workplace, and in their lives, with the ultimate goal for students to become life-long learners



TN Math Users Guide for 2009-2010 Standards Acrobat file (.pdf) Please reference the above Tennessee Mathematics User's Guide designed to assist in the implementation of the 2009-2010 version of the Tennessee Mathematics Curriculum Framework. The revised mathematics standards resulted from the efforts of committees comprising mathematics educators from across the state. The new standards are:

*Focused on major mathematics themes and their contextual applications

*Organized and consistent across the grade bands

* Stated clearly and concisely Increasingly complex across grade bands K-12

*Aligned with both the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


The science standards reflect an emphasis on STEM education through the integration of Embedded Standards for Inquiry, Technology and Engineering, and Mathematics.

Social Studies

The Social Studies Curriculum Standards include the Process Standards, Content Standards, Learning Expectations and Accomplishments necessary to insure that K-12 Tennessee students develop the social studies skills needed to succeed in school, in the workplace, and in their lives.


For Parents

FAFSA - Student Loan program

Tennessee Graduation Requirements

Tennessee Electronic Learning Center

Personal Communication Devices and Electronic Devices

Parent Involvement Plan - English (PDF document)

Parent Involvement Plan - Spanish (PDF document)

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Elementary & Secondary brochure (PDF document)

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

TEA Links For Parents

ACT Information for Parents

Coordinated School Health News

Parents - Help your kids Stay CyberSmart! Resources for parents, grandparents, and caregivers Many sites include resources suitable for multiple age groups, parents, and educators. - A Tennessee Police Project. This is a project of the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police. It has materials for children, parents, schools, and law enforcement. It has links to some materials from the NetSmartz organization. - Forum is for parents, teens, educators, advocates - everyone engaged in and interested in the impact of the social Web. The site has tips for teens and parents, as well as other resources for safe blogging and social networking. - The Internet Keep Safe Coalition is a broad partnership of governors and/or first spouses, attorneys general, public health and educational professionals, law enforcement, and industry leaders working together for the health and safety of youth online. iKeepSafe uses these unique partnerships to disseminate safety resources to families worldwide. Website has links to materials for educators, parents, and children. - Guidelines for Parents of Pre-Teens - The KidZui browser was designed to offer kids the same expansive experience adults have on the web. KidZui brought together a team of over 200 teachers and/or parents to scour the web in search of the best content for kids. - Keeping your kids Internet safe and smart - A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety - Resources about Net Bullies - Stop CyberBullying. This website offers a parents guide to cyberbullying and addresses the issue for various age groups. - Keeping Kids Safe in a Wired World - US-CERT (United State Computer Emergency Response Team) from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security - Internet Safety's 5 Tips for Creating a Cybersafe Home Cyberbullying Research Center - K-9 Web Protection Free Internet Filtering - Internet Safety Resources for Parents - Adina's Deck - website & learning program especially suitable for 13-17 year old girls.

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